Irish Distillers

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Why bother with a business course at all? Students looking at their CAO forms between now and June might well wonder what it will do for their profess(...)

The winners of the gradireland Graduate Recruitment Awards 2016. This year’s awards ceremony was gradireland’s biggest to-date. Photograph: Paul Kelly

When it began 10 years ago, Gradireland received less than 20 submissions for its awards ceremony. A decade later, it’s a sold-out event with more (...)

Sinéad D’Arcy, Jameson’s International Graduate Programme manager

Irish Distillers has two graduate programmes for applicants. The Jameson Graduate Distiller programme, established in 2012, recruits two science or e(...)

More than 200,000 9-litre cases of Paddy are sold in 28 countries worldwide annually

Irish Distillers has said it is in talks to sell the popular whiskey brand Paddy, in a move that would see it still being produced at the Midleton Dis(...)

The whiskey was distilled at the long-gone Bandon Distillery in west Cork

A bottle of 1916 whiskey with a blessing from a priest and bottled on Nun’s Island is expected to sell for more than €15,000 when it goes under the ha(...)

Anton Savage, managing director of the Communications Clinic. Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

The Communications Clinic, a public relations firm led by broadcaster Anton Savage, recorded profits of €101,584 last year. Abridged accounts filed w(...)

Jameson, which is the best-selling Irish Whiskey globally, is experiencing double- to triple-digit growth

Sales of Jameson Whiskey rose 11 per cent in the six months to the end of December with volumes up 8 per cent. Irish Distillers, which owns Jameson,(...)

Minister for Health Leo Varadkar was the most frequently lobbied Minister on the alcohol issue. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Government Ministers and their officials were lobbied on alcohol-related issues more than 40 times in a three-month period, an analysis of the new re(...)

American oak barrels containing Jameson whiskey: the US is Jameson’s biggest market. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

They must have been clinking glasses in the boardroom of Pernod Ricard in June when its Irish subsidiary, Comrie Ltd, handed over a fat dividend chequ(...)

Anna Malmhake, CEO of Irish Distillers, with Liam Donegan, general manager of the company’s Fox and Geese bottling facility in Clondalkin, Dublin. Photograph: Colm Mahady/Fennells

Whiskey maker Irish Distillers Group (IDG), whose brands include Jameson, Paddy and Powers, paid a dividend of €140 million in June to its French par(...)

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